It was all true, folks! Google finally came out and announced all the products that they were speculated to be preparing, including the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10. The latter is a 10 inch tablet with a crazy 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution and we’ve already seen it detailed and leaked a lot courtesy of Briefmobile. And now we get these official pics:

This Samsung made unit has a front facing set of stereo speakers, just like the Galaxy Note 10.1 or the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. I must remind you that Google cancelled today’s Android-based event because of the Sandy hurricane, but they did keep the promise to unveil novelties. Back to the Nexus 10, the tablet promises a standby time of 500 hours or 9 hours of video playback. Google calls this the “first truly sharable tablet”, that runs Android 4.2 and works with multiple users, available to switch at any time from the lockscreen.

Each users has his own email, apps, bookmarks and settings. You get your own home screens, music and even gaming scores, which is pretty cool. The device has a PLS display, meaning it uses plane to line switching technology, that’s bright and sharp at the same time. The price tag of the Nexus 10 is $399 for the 16 GB unit and $499 for the 32 GB unit. Other specs important to mention are the Cortex A15 1.7 GHz Samsung Exynos processor, with Mali T604 GPU, NFC, 2 GB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 5 megapixel camera at the back.

The product even gets a micro HDMI port and will debut from November 13th via Google Play.

  • Jermaine Burrell

    Google has brought the big guns to the front this time and they seem poised and ready to fire. The Great Camelot in Cupertino is about to be fired upon with an atomic bomb blast of Google tech.